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Best American Restaurants in Lawrenceville

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BRIO Tuscan Grille - Lawrenceville - Quaker BridgeBRIO Tuscan Grille - Lawrenceville - Quaker Bridge
619 reviews
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Italian | Lawrenceville, New Jersey Suburbs

Out of thee country guests enjoyed their chicken lemon rosemary lunch. Mushroom Stuffed ravioli was very ample so the other lady guests shared with us. The wedge salad of crisp cool lettuce with blue cheese dressing and bacon crisp pieces is a reason to go back to Brio again same for the Lobster bisque which is always tasty and reliable with little chunks of lobster. More

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Discover Lawrenceville

There is a bit of U.S. history as well as delicious dining in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. Established in 1697, Lawrenceville Main Street Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. After visiting some of the historical sites, take the family to eat at some of the area's exciting eateries. You could select authentic Italian establishment that highlights the flavors of Italy. Try a stuffed onion appetizer filled with sausage bits and red peppers that’s topped with warmed mozzarella cheese or savor veal saltimbocca with a side of spinach before closing with a sweet tiramisu. For a different taste, opt for stuffed peppers or beef stew at a modern Polish restaurant for aromatic, flavorful choices.

Discover Lawrenceville

There is a bit of U.S. history as well as delicious dining in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. Established in 1697, Lawrenceville Main Street Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. After visiting some of the historical sites, take the family to eat at some of the area's exciting eateries. You could select authentic Italian establishment that highlights the flavors of Italy. Try a stuffed onion appetizer filled with sausage bits and red peppers that’s topped with warmed mozzarella cheese or savor veal saltimbocca with a side of spinach before closing with a sweet tiramisu. For a different taste, opt for stuffed peppers or beef stew at a modern Polish restaurant for aromatic, flavorful choices.